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American Indian Public Health Resource Center Technical Assistance

Sponsor
American Indian Public Health Resource Center
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Contact

Ryan Eagle
701.231.6358
Ryan.Eagle@ndsu.edu

Purpose

The American Indian Public Health Resource Center provides technical assistance for tribes to improve health systems, access to services, and health outcomes in rural, impoverished communities.

Technical assistance includes:

  • Self-determination tools, including the 638 Toolkit, as a template for assuming the management and control of health services
  • Cultural capacity building
  • Tribal public health capacity building
  • Assessing service and program priorities
  • Assessing tribal priorities related to health disparities
  • Conducting community assessments
  • Strategic planning
  • Grant writing
  • Developing public health resources
  • Developing public health programs
  • Developing public health education programs
  • Developing tribal research agendas
  • Developing tribally driven policies
  • 638 feasibility assessment
  • Stakeholder group/coalition recruitment, facilitation, and development
Eligibility

Eligible applicants are tribes and tribal organizations.

Geographic coverage
Nationwide
Amount of funding

Technical assistance is provided at no cost.

Application process
Tagged as
Access · American Indian or Alaska Native · Culture and cultural competency · Fundraising · Grant writing · Needs assessment methods and resources · Networking and collaboration · Planning and strategy methods and resources · Poverty · Public health · Research methods and resources



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